This is the most expensive low grade R3 variety I will purchase. But it's a Nichols Hoard variety with almost all in the XF+ grade range. The...
Now I don't know if that is still true, but it may be. I don't know how old that notation on the envelope is.
And when the crack becomes a CUD:
I'm firmly in category III with die cracks part of what I look for, especially in common varieties.
Many Asian countries used the Chinese Cash Coin as a model. It was in use for many centuries.
I suspect there are MANY coin shows in your future for decades to come.
I'm sure the regulars have seen my happy coin. I've shared it at every opportunity.
ps I did manipulate my ICON...
I love coins with a story.
I suspect coins used in this manner will have larger diameters for larger nails.
Another theory about double holes is they were used to sew coins into the jackets of soldiers going to war. They didn't want them too accessible...
Does this count?
It came with this:[ATTACH]
This is penance for almost killing the thread.
Trying to show wisdom about prices is a FOOLS Errand.
I think it's a glare issue on the photo
It fits right in with price discounts for Large Cents. There doesn't seem to be much latitude between light and severe graffiti, only whether...
1853-D $5 Large D MS61 PCGS. Variety 34-Z. Five die varieties of 1853-D half eagles are known. Among those, Variety 34-Z is probably the rarest,...
I saw one Description on Heritage indicating 5 die marriages, so I'm missing one.
35-X Large D left
35-Y Large D center
35-Z Medium D center...
It's 35-AA (formerly 29-U) - A known Variety 17 Sales listed
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